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The Answer to the Pyramids (condensed) Patrick Giles
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The condensed version of The Answer to the Pyramids. This book will appeal to those who know a great deal about Egyptology. This book describes the purpose and function of ten major pyramid complexes of the Old Kingdom, including Khufu's pyramid and the Great Sphinx. Patrick Giles has solved one of the greatest riddles of archaeology and proves it in a scientific format that cannot be refuted. His extensive research has proven every point of the Pyramid Rain Catchment Theory, which states that the pyramids of Egypt were built to harvest rainwater, which was considered to be the finest drinking water available in the desert.
The Baleka Case: Understanding Ethnocide Against the Balanta People in the United States Siphiwe Baleka
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ISBN: 9781637909195
This is the explosive new book that advances all Reparations and Self Determination claims of the Afrodescendant Nation in the United States. Siphiwe Baleka, has, for the first time, has combined genetic testing, family genealogy, domestic and international law to explain exactly how ETHNOCIDE was committed against his family why the Transgenerational Epigenetic Effects remain and require remedy. The book contains the draft complaints for United States domestic court and the Inter American Commission for Human Rights (IACHR) and should be used as a template for any Afrodescendant seeking to petition individual grievances against the United States of America. The Baleka Case: Understandin ...
The Coronation of the King and Queen of Africa aka Legendary Weapons of Africa Malik Blyden
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An interpretation of a play written by the Honorable Marcus Mosiah Garvey. This adaptation written by Malik Blyden and co-authored by Nina Burgos and Garveyites from the Buffalo Division of the UNIA-ACL, is a tribute to the goals of Mr. Garvey, in a format designed for all ages. Read this to your children, it will instill a sense of wonder about their history, heritage, and culture.
The Guardians of the Lost Hall of Records Karen Pressler
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ISBN: 9780966977455
The Guardians of the Lost Hall of Records provides a new interpretation to two historical enigmas: the psychic readings of Edgar Cayce and the ancient Egyptian hieroglyphic holy texts. Both are cryptic and difficult to understand, but, when taken together, they shed light on each other, revealing the secrets of the location of the Hall of Records.
The Habesha Chronicles MERSEA KIDAN
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Size: 5.5" x 8.5"
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ISBN: 9781645508403
The Habesha Chronicles will take you in a time journey through the history of the Habesha people in Ethiopia and Eritrea. The Habesha people have a long history of statehood. You will start your journey with the great Axum kingdom which was one of the four great civilizations of the world at the time along with Rome, Persia and China. You will be pinned to the book as you read about the great Queen Yodit Gudit who destroyed the kingdom of Axum and the Zagwe dynasty that followed her. You will read about the Zagwe kings who built the great Rock hewen churches of Lalibela. The story of the controversial Ahmed Ibn Al Ghazi, the conqueror is told beautifully in a chapter dedicated to him. T ...
The Story of the Cullinan Diamond Ben Swetmore
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Size: 4.25" x 6.87"
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In one of the many book releases attributed to Author Ben Swetmore, he takes us on a trip through history to discover the history of the world-famous Cullinan Diamond, which formed deep inside the earth over 1 Billion years ago, eventually rose closer to the surface, and was finally discovered in a mine in South Africa in early 1905. It became known as the largest diamond ever discovered, with various smaller ones being cut from it, and somehow becoming part of the British Crown Jewels! How exactly did all of this happen? Well why don't you join us on this fascinating trip through history, and find out for yourself!

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